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Brennan Fitzgerald is a licensed psychotherapist based in Silicon Valley. She has a Master’s degree in Psychology from Lesley University in Cambridge, MA and has taken advanced training at Harvard University. Recently re-located from Connecticut, Brennan worked for many years as an advocate for refugees and the homeless within the Connecticut mental health system and specialized in Depression, Anxiety, Career issues and cultural adjustment issues for professional clients from all over the world. She served on Project Echo, a national project that provides Doctors and therapists finding the best route for recovery and treatment for clients with highly difficult and unusual mental illnesses. She has also worked on a study in conjunction with the Connecticut nutritional board and Yale University for utilizing psychotherapy treatment for diabetes and eating disorders.
With more than ten years experience as a psychotherapist, Brennan has specialized in helping clients creatively approach life problems with sensitivity and depth. Brennan Fitzgerald is a lifestyle designer and trained psychotherapist inspired by a unique holistic set of principles developed by Brennan of Taoism, Buddhism, compassionate self love, and radiance exercises, through years of self reflection and studying yoga. Initially a writer, yoga practitioner and dancer, Brennan helps her clients choose the life path that is needed for ultimate results and progress.
She has spent nearly ten years working as a therapist developing her own curriculum of writing, art and self-discovery that helps clients cease negative patterns of depression and anxiety and thrive, as opposed to merely learning skills to cope with mental issues. She has studied extensively the holistic model of illness, treating clients to be the healthiest and best possible version of themselves. Working with Psychologists and Psychiatrists from Stanford University, she has also blended her understanding of evidence- based practices for leading a healthy, vital and engaged lifestyle with her own method of treatment. Through warmth, comfort and support, her clients are protected in finding their own personal essence, true purpose and self.
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